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GSJ Global Strategy Research Prize
The Global Strategy Journal (GSJ) sponsors the GSJ Global Strategy Research Prize. This prize is awarded to the best paper presented at the EIBA Annual Conference that analyzes global strategy. Track chairs nominate what they consider are the best papers in each track, and the editorial team of GSJ evaluates and selects the winner and finalists. The prize was initiated in 2015 by GSJ co-founder Torben Pedersen, as part of GSJ’s commitment as a premier publishing outlet, to encourage EIBA members and the greater international business community to do insightful research on global strategy. The sponsorship of this prize is gratefully acknowledged.
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L. DE BATZ & E. KOCENDA
Financial Crime and Punishment: A Meta-Analysis
Bent PETERSEN (Copenhagen Business School, Denmark), Carlos RODRIGUEZ (INCAE, Costa Rica) & Luciano CIRAVEGNA (King's College London, UK)
Geographical Reconfigurations in Global Value Chains: Search within Limited Space?
Marlena DZIKOWSKA (Poznań University of Economics & Business, Poland), Jens GAMMELGAARD (Copenhagen Business School, Denmark) & Florian KELLER (Zürich University of Applied Sciences, Switzerland)
Capability and Charter Change: An Extension of Birkinshaw and Hood’s (1998) Concept of Generic Processes of Subsidiary Evolution.
Leo SLEUWAEGEN, Rene BELDERBOS, Federico DE MICHIEL (KU Leuven, Belgium) & Shubin WU (University of Liverpool, UK)
Global Market Integration, Strategy Orientation, and Foreign Subsidiary Divestment.
Luisa GAGLIARDI (University of Geneva, Switzerland), Simona IAMMARINO & Andrés RODRIGUEZ-POSE (London School of Economics, UK)
Offshoring and the Geography of Jobs in Great Britain.
Guus HENDRIKS, Pursey HEUGENS & Arjen SLANGEN (RSM Erasmus University, Netherlands)
Portfolio Restructuring in the Face of Diversity: The Role of Performance Feedback.
Helen Shanqing DU, Rene BELDERBOS (KU Leuven, Belgium) & Anthony GOERZEN (Queen’s University, Canada)
Global city connectivity and the establishment of MNC regional headquarters.